This section will be presented in chronological order quotes from primary sources, which contains references to Terekhtemyriv. Sources are divided into three groups:
- The (1) and green header background marked reliable sources that contain specific information on Terekhtemyriv.
- The (2) and yellow header background marked sources that might contain news of Terekhtemyriv but not actually contain them (the need for such a strange group due to the fact that "historians" of Terekhtemyriv often refer to them, without looking in the text).
- The (3) and red header background marked sources which contain deliberately falsified or unknowingly (in a good trust in older sources) rewritten false news of Terekhtemyriv.
Each entry is filed chronicle entry, which describes the origin of the source citation or the full text of sources and minimal explanation of the content.
To chronicle we include only the contemporary news. However, the news from the later works, relied primarily on published data, we placed in separate sections "Echoes in Europe" and "Echoes of Ukraine". For some foreign texts published Ukrainian translations, which I took and made the links, but most of the translation belongs to me (if they have no links).
Since my statements should not be regarded to be archeographic publication, I allowed myself some simplifying spell (which later document, the more closer to the modern spelling). But a name of Terekhtemyriv I always tried to give as it is written in the source.
The middle of the 16th century
4th quarter of 16th century
Early 17th century
Patriarch Theophanes visit, 1620 1621
Arrest of Uniates, 1622
Stay of Jakhia, 1625
War of 1637 1638
Khmelnytsky's epoch, 1648 1657
Sources 19 cent.
Echoes in Europe
Echoes of Ukraine
It is an abstract of the chapter. For the full text see please ukrainian version.
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